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Miles Bronson Family papers

Identifier: MC-120
Scope and Contents The Miles Bronson family papers includes journal entries, essays, poems, sermons, addresses, and correspondence relating to the Bronson's missionary service in India from 1836-1874. The papers date from 1831-1883.
Dates: 1831 - 1883

Deborah Brothers papers

Identifier: MC-329
Scope and Contents The Deborah Brothers papers document Brothers's theatrical costuming work at Williams starting in 1985. The papers include drawings of costumes and photographs featuring actors dressed in costumes, as well as some background research. Included also are planning documents for the '62 Center which were collected and maintained by Brothers. The papers date 1986-2015.
Dates: 1986 - 2015

Leslie Brown Papers

Identifier: MC-245
Scope and Contents The Leslie Brown papers include materials from Professor Brown's time at Williams College from 2008 to 2016. Materials include course notes, curriculum notes, lecture notes, course syllabi, research and scholarship materials relating to her areas of subject expertise (History, African American studies, race and gender). Also included are transcripts and audio recordings of oral history interviews recorded as assignments for History 301.
Dates: 1980 - 2016

Sterling A. Brown papers

Identifier: MC-330
Dates: circa 1890-1988

William Cullen Bryant collection

Identifier: Am-Mss-Bryant
Overview The William Cullen Bryant collection includes correspondence of the Bryant family; autograph manuscripts of William Cullen Bryant, including several poems; a small number of legal and financial documents of the Bryant and Mitchell families; and associated family papers and printed materials. The correspondence includes letters of and to W.C. Bryant, his parents Peter Bryant (1767-1820) and Sarah Snell Bryant (1768-1847), sister Sarah S. Bryant (1802-1824), brother Peter R. Bryant (1803-1883),...
Dates: 1792-1983; Majority of material found within 1814-1875
Found in: Chapin Library

Jean-Bernard Bucky papers

Identifier: MC-107
Scope and Contents The Jean-Bernard Bucky papers contain materials used by Professor Bucky to aid in directing theater productions as well as promotional materials used to advertise his productions. Production files include research materials used to pen an original musical entitled “Muddy Mouths,” which later became “In a Lake of Fire,” based on the Susan Smith murders. Formats include emails, letters, cards, schedules, audition lists, cast lists, sketches, images, notes, newspaper clippings, slides, programs,...
Dates: 1961 - 2010

Charles T. Bugbee papers

Identifier: MC-6
Scope and Contents The CHARLES T. BUGBEE PAPERS, 1952-1983, document Mr. Bugbee's extensive involvement in Broadway shows as a production electrician. Composed primarily of such 'working' materials as blueprints, board layouts, and equipment lists, the Bugbee Papers detail the electrical production aspects of theater. Also included in the collection are scripts and reviews of several of the shows on which Mr. Bugbee worked.
Dates: 1952 - 1983

James MacGregor Burns Papers

Identifier: MC-166
Content Description The James MacGregor Burns papers includes the files and papers of Williams College Professor and Political Scientist James MacGregor Burns. The papers include materials relating to books, articles, interviews, manuscripts, political reform and involvment, leadership, etc. Represented in the collection is correspondence, research notes, committee notes and minutes, publications, lecture notes and speeches, reviews, conference notes, interview materials, and other miscellaneous printed materials....
Dates: Majority of material found within 1820 - 2011

Joan Burns papers relating to "Among the Select"

Identifier: MC-353
Content Description The Joan Burns papers relating to "Among the Select" includes audio and video recordings, drafts, and other material relating Burns's unpublished work on local government in Williamstown, especially the Select Board. The papers date chiefly from 1996 to 2014.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1996 - 2014

Campaign literature collection

Identifier: Am-Mss-Campaign
Scope and Contents The Campaign Literature collection includes printed pamphlets, ephemera, news releases, and broadsides concerning American campaigns and candidates. The majority of the material deals with presidential campaigns. A number of items include illustrations and humorous poetry critical of candidates.Material from the 1932 and 1936 presidential elections focuses on the Great Depression and the efficacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal, including the place of farmers in the national...
Dates: 1920 - 1956
Found in: Chapin Library

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